Odd Eye Circle announce ticketing details for 2023 ‘Volume Up’ Europe tour

Including shows in London, Berlin, Paris and more

Odd Eye Circle, a sub-unit of K-pop girl group LOONA, have announced their 2023 tour of Europe.

Odd Eye Circle’s upcoming 2023 ‘Volume Up’ Europe tour will bring the K-pop trio to four cities across the continent. On 5 August, Odd Eye Circle – comprising Jinsoul, Kim Lip and Choerry – will kick off their upcoming Europe tour in London. In the following week, the trio will also play shows in Berlin (August 7), Warsaw (August 9) and Paris (August 11)

The 2023 ‘Volume Up’ Europe tour is in partnership with MyMusicTaste. Pre-sale tickets for the London show will open June 28 at 10:00am BST, while general onsale starting June 30 at 3:59pm BST, both via Ticketmaster UK. Tier 1 standing tickets will cost 95GBP, while Tier 2 unassigned seating tickets will go for 85GBP.


Meanwhile, tickets to the Berlin (80 Euros to 110 Euros), Warsaw (280zł to 500zł) and Paris (41 Euros to 286.30 Euros) shows of Odd Eye Circle’s 2023 ‘Volume Up’ Europe tour will be available from June 30 at 3:59pm BST via Eventim, GoOut and Salle Pleyel, respectively.

The dates for Odd Eye Circle’s 2023 ‘Volume Up’ Europe tour are:

05: London, England, O2 Forum Kentish Town
07: Berlin, Germany, Kesselhaus
09: Warsaw, Poland, Paddadium
11: Paris, France, Salle Pleye

The upcoming tour will be in support of their upcoming project ‘Volume Up’, which Odd Eye Circle have teased with new promotional material. It will be the trio’s first release since their 2017 mini-album ‘Mix & Match’.

The tour announcement comes shortly after Jinsoul, Kim Lip and Choerry, along with fellow LOONA member Heejin, joined Modhaus, the agency founded by LOONA’s former creative director Jaden Jeong. The four K-pop idols had secured injunctions to terminate their Blockberry Creative contracts in January 2023.

In other LOONA news, members Hyunjin and Vivi have signed with a new agency called CTDENM, which is reportedly headed by former Blockberry Creative director Yoon Do-yeon. The news came four months after the two idols had filed injunctions to suspend their contracts with agency Blockberry Creative.

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